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On the nightstand right now…

Toad in the hole: The Rachael O’Brien Chronicles  by Paisley Ray


I don’t really get around to read all the wonderful blogs out there on the web near as often as I would like. I think it’s due to the fact that I still haven’t got me a laptop with a wireless connection.

Truth be told, I love to read…and as interested as I am in a Kindle 2  from Amazon. I probably won’t be getting one any time soon. It’s true that I have been waiting for this type of gizmo for sometime. I mean who wouldn’t love to hear a voice reading your book to you as you zoom to work, and without loosing your page. In a flash you can change the type size, or look up a word in the dictionary if your not sure of the meaning.

I love to go to the book store. There is something about the smell of walking threw the doors and being swept away by the lingering wisps of coffee beans and freshly printed paper. It really is one of the most romantic mesmerising scents to me personally.

To the point of this page though…it’s just a little bit of a journal for me to look back and see what I’ve been reading as of late.

If you see something here and have a question about it, just ask. And if ever you have something you recommend, by all means drop me a comment. I love to see what others are reading.

And since I happen to drop a link for Amazon without any thanks…I will have to let you in on another great secret. This is the site I go to when I’m on my way to the book store. Gnooks  is a self-adapting community system. Discover new writers you will like, travel the map. of literature and discuss your favorite books and authors.

Beyond the Hanging Wall – SaraDouglass

Ever – Gail Carson Levine

The Serpent Bride – Sara Douglass

Lady of the Glen – Jennifer Roberson

The Two Princesses of Bamarre – Gail Carson Levine

Inkheart – Cornelia Funke

Ranger’s Apprentice – John Flanagan

The Tiger Rising – Kate DiCamillo

The Looking Glass Wars – Frank Beddor

Blood Bound – Patricia Briggs

The Ranger’s Apprentice: The Burning Bridge – John Flanagan


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